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Preserve Delaware Township's Rural Character

  • Continue to support open space/farmland preservation funding

Make Government More Accessible

  • ​​​Use live-streaming technology to make meetings more accessible to the community

  • Provide timely and thorough minutes of all Township committees and commissions on the Township website

  • Add a second Township Committee meeting per month with agendas published in advance to allow open discussion and input on topics of interest


Encourage Participation and Volunteerism

  • Fill all vacant board and committee positions

  • Encourage use of volunteer advisors on boards and committees

Promote Fiscal Responsibility

  • Encourage committees and commissions to apply for all appropriate grant opportunities

  • Actively seek and engage in cost-sharing opportunities that can reduce budget requirements

Delaware Township is a beautiful place to live, it takes hard work to keep it that way. Vote for Lockwood and McCrohan!

Delaware Township

Driving through Delaware Township, it’s easy to see why it’s one of the most beautiful, best places to live in New Jersey. Acres of green and golden fields, old growth forests, creeks and streams bordered by cliffs dropping through waterfalls to meet the Delaware River. Rich in history, Delaware Township is known for the places and people that made a difference in the life and development of our community. 

There are several parks and nature trails in the area including Wescott-Zega Lockatong Trail,White Oak Trail, and the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park.

Some popular local events in Delaware Township include the annual Fishing Derby,The Great Crate Race, the Hunterdon County Fair Tractor Pull, and the Tractor Parade and Tree Lighting.

Nestled in the heart of Delaware Township lies a picturesque
community that's maintained by hardworking individuals
who are dedicated to perserving its natural beauty.

We Need Your Support Today!

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